Home Ownership Project Manager I, II

Home Ownership Project Manager I, II


• Assist to identify and acquire sites for potential housing developments
• Prepare loan and grant applications to governmental and private funding sources for project and administrative funding
• Prepare budgets and cash flow projections.
• Coordinate the development process with other professionals, including architects, engineers, attorneys, contractors, lenders, title companies and government officials to ensure a high standard of quality is achieved at a reasonable cost.
• Represent the corporation before public bodies, community and neighborhood groups to promote PSHHC and its goals.
• Prepare reports required by funding sources.
• Crosstrain with the Self-Help Construction Superintendent to seek home construction bids, negotiate and prepare contracts and process invoices.
• Crosstrain with Housing Specialist to provide back-up at peak times to process self-help applications, implement programs and make presentations and meet with clients to provide Home Buyer Education and Counseling.
• Crosstrain and provide back-up for the Vice President of Home Ownership.
• Develop other actives and programs which further successful homeownership opportunities for the low and moderate populations we serve.
• Actively participates in staff training and organizational functions and activities.
• Other duties as required by the Vice President of Home Ownership, President CEO, or their designee(s).

Skills & Knowledge Required:
• You’re a passionate and energetic person who’s excited to connect and strategize with residents and communities.
• You enjoy interacting with people. You are a great listener, motivator and get excited to help others be successful.
• You are a detail oriented person who is organized and looks for efficiencies.
• You’re capable of thinking about the big picture and can come up with innovative solutions to problems.
• You are self-motivated to tackle something that can be improved.
Experience Required:
• Three years in real estate/housing development construction, preferably for a non-profit developer is strongly desired.
Education Required:
• A Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration, Construction Management, or a related field is desired.
Licenses & Certifications:
• Must possess a valid California drivers’ license, access to a reliable vehicle and current automobile insurance.

This is a full time position (40 hours per week, 5 days per week). Superior benefits, including employer paid Medical/Dental/ Vision, LTD/ STD, Pension Plan, Paid Vacation, Flexible Spending Account, Holidays and Sick Time, in addition to an excellent supportive staff and work environment.

Qualified applicants should send a PSHHC application and resume with salary requirement to: PSHHC, Attn: HR – Job-HOPM I/II, 3533 Empleo St., San Luis Obispo, CA 93401 or fax 544-1901. Application can be downloaded at: http://www.pshhc.org/employment.html